It’s a scary world out there right now for pretty much everyone. Right now we were supposed to be kicking off a month-long celebration of James Bond in the lead-up to No Time To Die, but that’s not happening, and in fact most of the forthcoming shows are having to be rescheduled to match the world’s ever-changing developments, so we’re taking some inspiration from the world at large and talking about scary stuff, namely monsters!
Jay and Richard were joined by Amanda, Mark and Nick to compete at building teams of the best movie monsters, which you can then vote on below. Who built the best team? Can sharks be monsters? Is it possible to have too much Tim Blake Nelson? Listen to find out!
03:56 Nick ranks the Bond actors
06:55 Mark ranks the Bond actors
08:58 Movie Monster Draft
73:03 Raves, Raves & Raves!
92:34 Pixar Talks Game
104:25 Talks Pixar Game
The Thing head crab scene
Trantor the Troll bed scene
The Descent behind the scenes documentary
American Werewolf in London transformation scene
It opening scene, projector scene
Tremors behind the scene documentary
Pan’s Labyrinth Pale Man scene
Scooby-Doo 2 cotton candy monster scene
Poor Unfortunate Souls
Galaxy Quest rock monster
Monsters Inc. Abominable Snowman
Rancor death scene
The Monster Fuck
Pop Art, Howard’s podcast
Joe Pesci – My Cherie Amour
Stay F Homekins podcast
Hollywood Consumer – February Wrap-Up
Kirkham A Movie A Day – King Kong (1933)
Lambscores: The Invisible Man
Acting School: Kurt Russell, Eddie Murphy introduction
Director’s Chair: Takeshi Miike introduction
April 2020’s Movie of the Month
Vote for the Movie Monster Draft!
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